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Re: seedlings

Mary, I imagine right now you are getting that rain you so badly need, or
at least thats what the Knoxville radar shows.

You stimulate an interesting question. Many months ago there was a
discussion on another list about whether plants should be dry or wet when
going into a freeze (talking about a one or two night freeze here, not
"real" winter). 

Anybody has opinion, apochraphy, or real science? Is apochraphy a word? :-)


At 09:10 PM 11/1/99 EST, Mary wrote:
>Greetings to all,
>Things are really busy down here at this time of the year.  To be honest I
>can't remember a time when things have been different. Our first freeze has
>been forecast for Tue morning. Things are so dry that I doubt there will not
>be enough moisture for many things to freeze. We have had only one good rain
>since a week after we cane back from Ann Arbor which was in June. At least
>the temperature has been more pleasant for the last few weeks. 
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